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Approximately 54 percent of Jewish students had anti-Semitic experiences on campus in the first half of the 2013-14 academic year, according to a study conducted by researchers at Trinity College that was released this week.
The online survey consisted of questions regarding the situation and location of each anti-Semitic experience.
1. Students collect signatures for petition to end the petition to end bicker
2. Queen Noor of Jordan ’73 wins Woodrow Wilson award, apparently embodies as queen the democratic ideals of Woodrow Wilson
1. Dining hall closings
3. Video Reserves that you can't watch off campus
I heard UHS is offering a drug for students at risk for HIV. What exactly qualifies as “at risk” and how safe/effective is this drug?
Curious & Careful
After retiring from his position of football coach at the University of Pennsylvania three months ago, Al Bagnoli has just been hired by Columbia as their new Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football.
Bagnoli joins Columbia after a 23-year career at Penn, where he led the team to winning nine Ivy League titles and maintained an overall record of 148-80, including 112-49 in the conference.
Twelve students were sent to the hospital after showing symptoms consistent with a drug overdose, the CBS affiliate WFSB reported.
Students allegedly overdosed on the drug MDMA, a variant of Ecstasy that is also known as "Molly," at a party on Saturday night at the Eclectic Society House, a coeducational group.
Multiple calls were placed to police, and police and Wesleyan continue to investigate the incident, although police are treating the MDMA used at the party as a "bad batch," WFSB reported.
Wesleyan President Michael Roth said the patients were 10 Wesleyan students and two visitors.
As of Monday evening, eight people were still in the hospital, and four were expected to be released late Monday.
Dean of the College Valerie Smith will leave her position to become the President of Swarthmore College.
Her appointment at Swarthmore will begin on July 1.
Smith began her term as Dean of the College on July 1, 2011.
As Dean, she was the chair of the Committee on Grading, which reviewed the controversial grade deflation policy and encouraged its repeal.
The six bicker eating clubs – Cannon Dial Elm Club, Cap & Gown Club, Cottage Club, Ivy Club,Tiger Inn andTower Club – have recently elected their officer elections.
Three women were elected as officers of TI, which was the last club to admit women in 1991.
Hap Cooper '82, president of the TI Graduate Board, stated in an email on Thursday that the club elected Grace Larsen '16 as president, Maria Yu '16 as treasurer, and Victoria Hammarskjold '16 as safety and communication chair.
Ivy, which was the second-to-last club to admit women in 1991, elected Eliza Mott '16 as the new president.
Ian McGeary '16 was elected aspresident of Cannon,Tyler Rudolph '16 was electedas president of Cap,Forrest Hull '16 was electedas president of Cottage and George Papademetriou '16 was electedas president of Tower.
The sign-in eating clubs elected their presidents last year.
Members of the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale presented a petition to administrators there on Tuesday calling for the ouster ofAssistant Dean of Yale College and Director of the Af-Am House Rodney Cohen, the Yale Daily News reported.
The meeting saw a petition signed by 147 students presented toYale College Dean Jonathan Holloway and Kimberly Goff-Crews, who is secretary and vice president for student life.
Students who attended the meeting and letters submitted by students before the meeting alleged that Cohen was inaccessible and had engaged in poor financial stewardship of the Af-Am House.
1. Scheide ’36 bequeaths 2,500 rare books to Firestone, also bequeaths 10,000 extremely common Dan Brown novels
Event: CSA’s Lunar New Year Banquet
Are you ready for Lunar New Year? Are you a fan of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and “The Legend of Korra”? Do you like Chinese food?
1. Put on a scarf, hat and gloves.
2. Put on long johns.
A student was diagnosed with a suspected case of measles but has now recovered and is no longer contagious, the University announced in an email to students on Wednesday.
The preliminary medical test results were received on Tuesday, and more tests are currently being conducted.
More than 99.5 percent of University students have been vaccinated for the disease, the email said.
Faculty and staff who have not been vaccinated for the disease may be at risk if they were inWhitman College dining hall, Baker Hall, Holder Hall, McCosh Health Center, Frick Chemistry building, Wallace Hall, Blair Hall, Friend Center, Spelman Hall, 1938 Hall, Frist Campus Center, Dillon Gymnasium or the New South Building from Feb.
Harvard students will probably have to sign an honor pledge on their final papers and examinations if the Faculty of Arts and Sciences approves a proposed honor code, the Harvard Crimson reported.
Harvard has never before had an honor code.
Around 125 Harvard students were investigated for cheating on the final examination of a government class in 2012, and approximately 70 students were forced to withdraw but returned in the fall of 2013.
The Faculty Council approved the honor code proposal last week, and the entire faculty now needs to vote to approve it.
Cornell University has restored its official recognition of its Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity chapter after an interim suspension was imposed on Feb.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that a Yale student was diagnosed with a probable case of meningitis B, the Yale Daily News reported on Friday.
The student has already been discharged from the hospital after reporting there on Thursday with headaches and vomiting.
No other cases have been reported at Yale so far.
Medical services at Yale will begin to offer a vaccine for meningitis B at no cost to those with the college's health insurance.
About 40 Harvard students staged a sit-indemanding divestment from fossil fuel companies in Massachusetts Hall, which houses the office of Harvard President Drew Faust, onThursday,The Harvard Crimson reported.
Undergraduate, graduate and law students from the activist group Divest Harvard participated by occupying a first-floor hallway beginning at around 10 a.m.
The eventtook place on the eve of Global Divestment Day, which calls for climate change through divestment from fossil fuels.
“We’re trying to put as much pressure on them as possible,” protester Canyon Woodward said.
Does your five-year plan include finance or consulting? After a number of surveys, follow-up surveys and focus groups, the University has come to the conclusion that there are indeed students whose answer to this question is “No.” In response, the University offered “Beyond Wall Street” and related programming to provide students with exposure to “alternative” career paths.
1. Eating clubs form Community Service Interclub Council; seven transported to PMC for alcohol consumption last weekend
1. Hosed from Cap
2.Hosed from Cannon
3.Hosed from Terrace
4.Hosed from RCA-dom
5.Hosed from USG-dom
6.Hosed from dance groups (multiple)
7.Hosed from Quipfire
8.Hosed from Lobster Club
9.Hosed from Yik Yak